Kerbstone

Demarcate your beautiful garden to highlight greenery

Kerbstones have been used to restrain edges of roads since ages. As the times go by, they not only add to the functionality of demarcating ends and edges of pathways, they also compliment and enhance the natural surrounding of the project.

When you want a smooth transition from your paved area to lawned area, Kerbstones are the right fit for you.

Kerbstone is available in two sizes that can fit your landscaping layout. 300mm and 500mm.

When there is a slightly bigger curvature in the garden, 300mm can be used.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Dimension: 300X300X100mm
  • Design Mix: M25
  • Strength: 250 - 300 Kg/cm2
  • Water Absorption Rate: average 5%
  • Tolerance Dimensions: +/-2mm length,width, +/-3 height

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Dimension: 500X300X110mm
  • Design Mix: M25
  • Strength: 250 - 300 Kg/cm2
  • Water Absorption Rate: average 5%
  • Tolerance Dimensions: +/-2mm length,width, +/-3 height

2017 Kerbstone Trends

Kerbstone has been used since Roman era when they had to separate roadway and pathway for smooth carriage rides.

Fast forward to 2017, they are widely used in shaping hardscapes for residential projects in India.

If you have your garden overlapping with your paved area, it is a good idea to fine tune the borders with kerbstones. It really adds a beautiful finishing touch to your makeover project.

Where is Kerbstone best suited for?

Residences where an emphasis on greenery is necessary along with a clean paved area, Kerbstones are the right fit.

Also, in commercial spaces where you need to demarcate footpath with driveway, Kerbstones are extremely functional. Highways and other factory spaces where vehicular traffic falls in, they can be quite useful.

Maintenance of

Kerbstone

Easy Washing

Kerbstones require nothing more than Washing with water occassionally

Easily Replaceable

Modular format makes it easier to replace individual ones rather than the whole area.

Durable

Just like paver blocks, kerbstones are extremely durable and require very less maintenance.

FAQs

Once you finalise the product, you could contact us on the number given to initiate the process.

Unlike any other commodity, there are a number of processes involved here in finishing the work. Charges for various processes include product price, freight charge, unloading charge(depends) laying labour charge, laying materials price. All or most of the processes would be carried out by the company depending on the customer location.

It usually takes about 3-4 days in a medium sized residential project.

Depending on customer location, Sirex recommends laying contractors to undertake the laying requirement. You should contact the company to know more about it.

We highly recommend visiting our display showrooms in Thodupuzha(Kerala) and Coimbatore(Tamil Nadu) to see all the varieties and designs at the same time. You’ll also be able to see tiles that can along with Kerbstones.